Texas Rangers v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Series Preview: Angels vs. Rangers vs. Parallel

It is incredibly easy to sit back and laugh at the hapless Rangers after their shockingly awful season. In fact, I’m pretty sure I did exactly that in the series preview one of the last times these two played. I’m not going to do that this time because it is eerily easy to see how the roles […]


Projecting the Angels playoff roster

Now that we are well past the point of worrying about jinxing things (if the Angels now lose their next 19 games, I apologize), it is time we start talking about what the Angels playoff roster is going to look like. The Halos have had a remarkably stable lineup and pitching staff the last few months, […]

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Halo Headlines: Angels 2015 schedule released, Jairo Diaz added to roster

The September 9th, 2014 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Angels 2015 schedule released, Jairo Diaz added to roster and much more… The Story: The 2015 schedule for the Angels has been released. The Monkey Says: In a shocking development, they will once again play 162 games. The high points here are that they start the […]

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Boxscore Breakdown #142: All the run support – Angels 14, Twins 4

A good old fashioned butt-whooping. That’s just what the Angels needed to inspire a little confidence in the offense. Also, they probably needed 14 runs just to be sure they had enough run support to actually win a C.J. Wilson start. Run Expectancy Rundown First off, that’s just way too many players in this game. I […]

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Halo Headlines: Angels pick up Dipoto’s 2015 option, scouting Kenta Maeda

The September 8th, 2014 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Angels pick up Dipoto’s 2015 option, scouting Kenta Maeda and much more… The Story: Jerry Dipoto has had his option for 2015 picked up. The Monkey Says: It was apparently picked up just before the All-Star break. This is basically just a gesture though since […]

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Boxscore Breakdown #141: Fool me twice – Angels 8, Twins 5

Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on Mike Scioscia for trying to run the bullpen game from the exact same playbook as the first time. When Cory Rasmus started to falter, he went right back to Michael Roth, even though it didn’t work well in the first game. It didn’t work well […]


Second Guessing Scioscia – Week 23: The bullpen game

Welcome to Second-Guessing Scioscia, our look back at some of the questionable decisions that Mike Scioscia made in the last week. This isn’t because we dislike Scioscia, in fact, MWAH is officially pro-Scioscia. However, we do realize that he is not infallible and hope to use this series to bring light to the decisions in which he […]

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Boxscore Breakdown #139: Back on track – Angels 5, Twins 4

Well, it wasn’t pretty and more difficult than it really needed to be, but the Angels are back in the win column and back on track for their smooth ride to the AL West crown. The offense showed some life, too. The poor Santiago start was less than ideal, but after getting swept by the Astros, […]


Series Preview: Angels vs. Twins vs. Get Well Soon

Despite their cushy lead in the AL West, the Angels need to fix some things. They have some areas that need to get better and get better soon. One of the biggest areas is their sputtering offense. Who better to fix that problem against than the team that has allowed the third-most runs and second-worst ERA […]

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Boxscore Breakdown #138: Keeping pace – Astros 4, Angels 1

After sweeping the A’s, all the Angels had to do was keep pace with them and they’d be assured the AL West title. This isn’t exactly what they had in mind though. Or at least I hope not. Houston isn’t good, but they aren’t a pushover anymore. Still, getting mini-swept by them is a thing that […]